Question Need help choosing the right third party prepaid card for online casino.

naththo

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Hi,

I need your help as a favour to choose the right third party prepaid card for online casino as I am from Australia. I am currently with moneybooker but unfortunately what I read is that they only offer prepaid card to the European region which really disappointed me. It would be very convenience if they did provide it for other country like here. So it would make payment a lot easier instead of having to withdraw into the bank that cost me a large fees from Westpac bank that really bother me. Fees are normally $10-$20 as it need to be manually entering into my account from land bank teller who do the task of receiving payment every day. It normally come in two days time but fees are so expensive. So its a pity for me. I hope that anyone who from Australia might know where to find the right one for casino especially I visit to 32Red, All Slots, 3Dice, Intercasino, Slotocash (either RTG or Rival), Omni Casino, Betfred Casino, no longer using Bet365 due to banned from Australia by government, no longer a customer of Oasis Casino due to recent of entering into rogue list, Buzzluck, Nordicbet. I think thats about it.

Hope I hear some reply. Nathan.
 

mattsgame

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Hi,

I need your help as a favour to choose the right third party prepaid card for online casino as I am from Australia. I am currently with moneybooker but unfortunately what I read is that they only offer prepaid card to the European region which really disappointed me. It would be very convenience if they did provide it for other country like here. So it would make payment a lot easier instead of having to withdraw into the bank that cost me a large fees from Westpac bank that really bother me. Fees are normally $10-$20 as it need to be manually entering into my account from land bank teller who do the task of receiving payment every day. It normally come in two days time but fees are so expensive. So its a pity for me. I hope that anyone who from Australia might know where to find the right one for casino especially I visit to 32Red, All Slots, 3Dice, Intercasino, Slotocash (either RTG or Rival), Omni Casino, Betfred Casino, no longer using Bet365 due to banned from Australia by government, no longer a customer of Oasis Casino due to recent of entering into rogue list, Buzzluck, Nordicbet. I think thats about it.

Hope I hear some reply. Nathan.

Have you tried Neteller? I use their pre paid mastercard that is connected to my Neteller account and its great, as soon as money hits my Neteller I can stroll down to the ATM and withdraw it. Obviously you have to fund Neteller to deposit into casinos but they have quite a lot of options for this.

The fees are $6 per withdrawal (+ conversion if you are like me and prefer a US$ account) which are a little steep but it is for convenience that I put up with the fees.

Another thing to consider is just getting a Visa debit card from any of the major banks, check first but most online casinos can pay your wins back to a Visa Debit card (takes 3 - 5 business days)

I have been testing a lot of deposit option lately to put up on my site so if you need any help just shoot me a pm, as an Aussie we do have quite a few options available to us :thumbsup:
 

Tirilej

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The fees are $6 per withdrawal (+ conversion if you are like me and prefer a US$ account) which are a little steep but it is for convenience that I put up with the fees.

I have that Mastercard too but I have stopped to take it out because of that $6 fee. I discovered that I can take out for free in some of the stores here. Not so much at one time, but if I go to different I soon have the same amount out and it doesn't cost me a cent:)
 

naththo

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Location
Adelaide, South Australia.
Wonderful many thanks. Thats still cheaper than my bank fees for overseas fund transfer. lol I can withdraw in large chunk once as fund is arriving into neteller so not a problem really at all. I will look up neteller tonight.
 

mattsgame

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I have that Mastercard too but I have stopped to take it out because of that $6 fee. I discovered that I can take out for free in some of the stores here. Not so much at one time, but if I go to different I soon have the same amount out and it doesn't cost me a cent:)

Thanks for reminding me :)

I also forgot to mention Natho that if you use the card for normal transactions (POS) like shopping, petrol, take away, paying bills or anything like that you are not charged the $6 fee just the standard conversion rate.
 
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